ADM picks China’s Huawei to build Disaster Recovery Data Centre

The Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM) has partnered with Huawei, a Chinese firm that designs, develops, and sells telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics to build an uptime TIER- IV Municipal Disaster Recovery Data Centre.

The data centre has been built after ADM’s legacy data centre setup was unable to meet future development requirements, due to the influx of new services and a massive increase in data volume.

Huawei FusionModule2000 has been first data centre to receive Uptime TIER-Ready IV certification.

A modular data centre, local construction engineers were deployed to carry out on-site installation works. The data centre has been prefabricated in the factory.

FusionModule2000 supports the sustainable development of municipal services, with flexible capacity expansion possible for a range of subsystems, from power supply to cooling and IT cabinets.

On May 6, 2020, the Uptime Insight had awarded Uptime TIER- IV design certification to ADM’s municipal disaster recovery data centre.

Commenting on the development of the data centre, acting director of the technical planning department at ADM, Ahamd Abdulsamad Alhammadi, said: “Our digitalisation journey with Huawei has transformed our operations, building more resilience and convenience throughout the Municipality.

“The TIER IV disaster recovery data centre, jointly built with Huawei, fully demonstrates the industry’s most advanced solutions and impeccable customer service.”

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